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What I Wish I'd Known 10 Years Ago

Roberto Valenzuela

What I Wish I'd Known 10 Years Ago

Roberto Valenzuela

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Class Description

Learn invaluable trial-by-error knowledge straight from a true pro photographer. Join Roberto Valenzuela as he walks through the images that have caused him both technical and artistic headaches throughout his career. Roberto will also demonstrate how to overcome common challenges and create jaw-dropping images.

Learn how to transform harsh or flat light with simple tricks and how to evaluate your work quickly so that you can set up your shoots more efficiently. By the end of these 90 minutes with Roberto, you will know exactly what it takes to make intelligent decisions during any photo shoot — no matter the obstacles.

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Ratings and Reviews

Elizabeth Arnold

I adore Roberto and have found his classes to be very helpful, I'm not a wedding photographer but still find him very enlightening. I agree with another comment that this was heavily related to wedding photography and it would have been nice if that was sated in the description. :) That being said I still found great value in this course and I'm glad I purchased it!

a Creativelive Student

He is amazing. The Clarity of the Thought Process. The Appreciation of Light Direction. The Framing of People to Highlight the Subject. The Body Posture, to Convey Emotion of Meaning/Thought. I prefer to Learn as much as I can thru other peoples, personal experiences, so that when I experienced them , myself, I learn at a exponential increased rate , when I personally experienced those same shared memories.

Abel Riojas

Watch it and you'll pick up a lot of little gems. The best part was THE LAST PART. He can ramble on a bit but what he teaches will cross over from weddings to senior portraits (truth is truth). I loved how he talked about stop buying stuff hoping the tech will make you better, it's the posing that's going to save you.

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